A NEW $50 million dining and entertainment precinct just recently opens at Tea Tree Plaza last Thursday is set to transform eating out in Adelaide’s northeastern suburbs with nine new restaurants and a 12-screen cinema complex.
I’m one of the luck one with my family to dine in to one of the new restaurant – The Bavarians Restaurant .
They says we can enjoy best of Bavaria, and the best of beer and they bringing you all the Bavarian food and beer you know and love but in a fast-casual, counter service combination throughout locations around Australia.
With 17 beers on tap, The Bavarian also features the full range of Urban Craft Brewing Co. beers, served alongside a range of imported German biers served in authentic beer steins.
According to Westfield, Inspired by the nearby Adelaide Hills wine region, the precinct’s natural and unique design is brought to life with light-filled green space, water features, a fire-pit and dedicated kids play zone, making it a vibrant and welcoming gathering place for the community.
Catering to an audience passionate about eating out and socialising with family and friends, it offers a range of new-to-SA restaurants, including The Rockpool Group’s The Bavarian, Schnitz and Bangkok Boulevard Thai. Other new and returning retailers include a new-concept TGI Friday’s, Grill’d, local favourite Caffe Primo, Zitto and more.
In addition to the precinct’s diverse restaurant mix, Westfield Tea Tree Plaza today delivers a 12-screen cinema offering and South Australia’s first HOYTS LUX – complete with a bespoke dine-in menu created by Manu Feildel and powered recliner seats across all its cinemas.
“Westfield Tea Tree Plaza is a much-loved landmark in the Northern Adelaide area, with the centre operating for over four decades. The investment in the centre is as much about continuing its unique legacy as it is evolving its current retail, dining and entertainment offer to keep up with the needs and demands of the community. We know it will be a place the people of Adelaide will continue to enjoy for years to come”, says Westfield Tea Tree Plaza Centre Manager, Lachlan Monfries.
AMP Capital Shopping Centre Fund Manager Conrad Sinclair said: “On behalf of our investors in Tea Tree Plaza, AMP Capital is pleased to be part of the development at the centre, with the addition of the dining precinct and improved Hoyts LUX offer improving the centre for shoppers and investors alike.
“We are long term investors in South Australia and will continue to aim to provide the community with world class retail and dining amenities for all to enjoy”, Mr Sinclair continued.
A hub for the local community, the Tea Tree Plaza centre has been operating for over 45 years. The new dining and entertainment precinct will complement the centre’s existing offer which features 250 retailers, including Myer, Big W, Coles, Kmart, Target and Woolworths.